Confluent Software and Compuware are boosting Web services management and Windows driver development, respectively.
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Oracle Corp., which is attempting a hostile takeover of PeopleSoft Inc., announced on Friday a slate of nominees to the PeopleSoft board of directors and intentions to try to expand the board to nine members.
Microsoft Corp. is continuing its pursuit of Java developers.
Sun Microsystems on Thursday at the LinuxWorld conference in New York City plans to emphasize its support of application development for Linux through a commitment to tools and a new online community.
IBM and several other vendors on Tuesday unveiled three specifications intended to converge Web services and grid computing.
Sun Microsystems, long a hard-line Unix vendor, is becoming a player in the Linux market as well, offering Linux on both the server and desktop. Paul Krill recently discussed Sun's Linux strategy with Jonathan Schwartz, executive vice president of the software group at Sun, and Schwartz highlighted the ways in which Sun differs from rivals IBM and Hewlett-Packard (HP).
Novell on Jan. 21 will ship its exteNd 5 suite for development of service-oriented Web applications, featuring boosts in security, productivity and Linux platform support.
Web sites featuring resources for developers on the Java and .Net platforms are being unveiled Tuesday in separate announcements.
Led by Sun Microsystems and BEA Systems, 11 software companies have launched the Java Tools Community (JTC) organization to promote the interoperability of Java-based tools and the advancement of Java technology.
Looking to bolster the enterprise-readiness of its open source database, MySQL on Monday will preview an update to its platform that adds stored procedures and server side cursor capabilities.
Microsoft Corp., BEA Systems Inc. and Tibco Software Inc. on Wednesday published a specification, WS-Eventing, which is intended to provide a common way of communicating events within and between Web services.
Sun Microsystems on Tuesday plans to announce an effort to boost Java tools standards development and interaction.
Sun Microsystem's Jonathan Schwartz, executive vice president of the company's software group, has criticized Microsoft for pulling the plug on products that had a JVM (Java virtual machine) deemed incompatible with Sun's.
Tapping a familiar theme of late, BEA Systems and Compuware have forged an alliance intended to make it easier to develop Java applications.
Business managers will be able to take a more hands-on approach to working with their enterprise databases through a tool being developed by IBM researchers.
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